Kpopalypse roundup – new k-pop releases 5/9/2022

It’s time for Kpopalypse roundup!  Let’s check out some new releases!

Because people are asking me about it… no, selling a bunch of land and copyrights to float a girl group isn’t a particularly normal startup method. The more traditional way would be to attract wealthy sponsors, or take out large loans. Still, while it’s not how I’d spend my fortune, I can’t be too harsh on Im Chang Jung – using money you do own is still a more financially secure way of doing it than using money you don’t own.

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Kpopalypse roundup – new k-pop releases 22/8/2022

It’s time for Kpopalypse roundup!  Let’s take a look at some new releases!

A lot of extreme nugu k-pop agencies are really just fronts for various types of sex work. Floating idol groups with no realistic hope of idol success isn’t always a lack of business nous, sometimes it’s because the agency’s real money game is on-selling the girls (or boys, yep) to clients with the “REAL k-pop idol” fantasy attached for a premium price. I can’t legally tell you who is allegedly doing this, but I’d just like to say thanks to the brave industry insiders who have been taking advantage of my new ultra-secure email inbox… keep doing that, thank you

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Kpopalypse roundup – new k-pop releases 15/8/2022

It’s time for Kpopalypse roundup!  Let’s check out some new releases!

The reason why history keeps proving me correct about my k-pop world observations is because I have music industry experience with pop artists in my own country and therefore I actually know what the fuck I’m talking about. Kim Garam’s predicament threw up so many “this is someone’s attempt at character assassination” red flags that picking the right side wasn’t difficult.

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